Where can I find an article for a literature review?

How to find papers when you do your literature reviewAsk your supervisor where to start. Read up on the basics in a textbook. References from the research proposal. Find a good review paper on your topic. Look for technical reports, theses, code documents etc. Google Scholar. Scopus. ResearchGate.

What are the key features of a review?

A review:focuses on strengths and weaknesses.uses evidence to support ideas.draws a conclusion, saying whether something will be useful for, or interesting to, its audience and purpose.gives personal opinion with confidence and authority.

What questions should a literature review answer?

Ask yourself questions like these:What is the specific thesis, problem, or research question that my literature review helps to define?What type of literature review am I conducting? What is the scope of my literature review? How good was my information seeking? Have I critically analysed the literature I use?

What comes first research question or literature review?

When you write the Introduction, you should first set the background and give a review of the existing literature. This is usually followed by the research question. Thus, typically, the research question is included at the end of the Introduction section.